Testing for hazardous substances may be mandatory
If hazardous substances (silica or asbestos, for example) are posing a risk to your employees, it’s not only in your best interest to put a medical surveillance program in place, it may be required by law. Failure to do so could be dangerous and costly.
We help you comply with regulations, monitor the health impacts of exposure, and reduce costs.
Medical surveillance services to fit your needs
Our medical surveillance program helps you address risks and keep your employees safe. We provide the baseline and periodic medical examinations and testing required by law to ensure you and your employees are protected.
Depending on the type of hazardous substance your employees are exposed to, your workplace may require the following:
- Occupational Medical Examinations
- Audiometric Testing and Hearing Surveillance Programs
- Pulmonary Function Testing
- Respirator Fit Testing
- Chest X-Rays
- Blood and/or Urine Tests for certain toxic substance exposure programs